Banking Regulations

Founded by Breana Patel
Group founded 29 Jan 2018
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Discussion around current trends in regulations for banks globally

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Nadja Van Der Veer

Taking a chance on TPPs: a road banks cannot afford to follow

Despite all the new and varying financial players in today’s market, banks still hold a vital position in society. Firstly, they play a huge part in ensuring the stability and the integrity of the fin...

20 Sep 2019
James Stickland

Financial sector granted life-line extension to PSD2’s Strong Customer Authentication

Regulators put little trust in the strength of the current payment authentication system and rightly so, as fraud levels have hit an all-time high. In the last year, over 2.6 million UK accounts have ...

17 Sep 2019
Mete Feridun

Countdown to Brexit: What should EEA firms do about their regulatory permissions?

As the countdown to 31 October 2019 can now be measured in weeks, the UK and the EU are hurtling towards a no-deal Brexit. This has implications for inbound passporting EEA firms as the UK Financial S...

06 Sep 2019
Rachel Woolley

KYC Utilities: The Promised Silver Bullet for Nordic Banks?

KYC utilities provide access to a unique and validated source of data, but liability for satisfying KYC and AML obligations ultimately remains with Nordic banks. The Nordic banking landscape has witne...

06 Sep 2019
Freddie Frith

Artificial Intelligence: A Competitive Edge for Financial Institutions

The Regulatory Landscape The rise of financial technology has drawn the attention of regulators to FinTech firms and how they function. FinTech companies like any other regulated institutions are requ...

05 Sep 2019
Mete Feridun

Are UK branches of EU-27 banks ready to become third-country branches?

The UK branches of the EU-27 banks currently benefit from lighter regulatory requirements compared to the third-country branches. However, post-Brexit this distinction will no longer be relevant as al...

27 Aug 2019
Dmitrii Barbasura

TPP identification via non-dedicated PSD2 interfaces

According to the RTS on SCA and CSC (Article 34. Certificates), payment service providers shall rely on eIDAS certificates for third party providers’ (TPPs’) identification. There are 2 types of PSD2 ...

21 Aug 2019
René Hendrikse

Identity technology and Dublin’s draw for fintech firms post-Brexit

The appointment of Gabriel Makhlouf as the 12th governor of the Central Bank of Ireland earlier this year hasn’t gone unnoticed. Until recently the top official in New Zealand’s treasury, he will be t...

09 Aug 2019
Samantha Sheen

Companies House Consultation and its relevance for KYC and CDD

It would be an understatement to say the last 4 years have been a game-changer when it comes to anti-financial crime regulation and the know your customer (KYC) and customer due diligence (CDD) requir...

01 Aug 2019
Gareth Williams

Troops Wanted: Anti Money Laundering Tech needs the right talent to win battle against criminals

It’s not news that fraudsters are developing more sophisticated methods than ever before to launder money. But, as Financial Institutions (FIs) are working hard to remove friction from their customer ...

31 Jul 2019
Luke Trigg

Waiting for the sun to set on LIBOR or being proactive? See regulation as an opportunity for change

Document remediation projects are not new. Anyone working in Capital Markets in recent years can probably describe the steps involved as they tend to be similar each time. Recent battle scars in the...

29 Jul 2019
Mete Feridun

EU Banking Package: is MREL transparency really warranted?

Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD), one of the components of the EU Banking Package, which was published in the Official Journal of the EU on 7 June 2018 will need to be transposed into EU ...

14 Jul 2019